TODAY: A pleasant afternoon is underway across Mid-Missouri as temperatures will warm into the mid 60s this afternoon. It’ll still be a breezy day as winds will be out of the northwest, with winds gusting up to 22 mph.
TONIGHT: Clouds will start to increase from the west/southwest by 6PM-7PM spreading northeast. Rain looks to begin in for southwest Mid-Missouri by 2AM-3AM near the Truman Reservoir and Lake area. It will be a cool night again with lows in the mid to upper 40s.
EXTENDED: Rain looks to increase into Columbia and Jefferson City by 4AM-6AM becoming heavy by 7AM. Most locations from I-70 and south will see 1″ to 3″ by Wednesday evening. Newest data suggests this system could slow down heading into Thursday morning. If this occurs, areas from US 63 and east could see upwards to 4″ by Thursday 12PM, including the counties of Boone, Cole, Callaway, Montgomery, Gasconade, and Audrain. Showers will end early Thursday morning west of US 63 while it looks possible it will continue through 12PM for those east. Winds will come in from the north Thursday at 15 mph, gusting to 25 mph at times. Friday is looking dry and sunny with no rain at this time for the upcoming weekend. High temperatures will climb into the lower 70s this weekend. Please check back for updates and follow ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter and ABC17News on Facebook for updates as well.